Tilika was referred to Mums In Need following an IAPT assessment, after suffering from coercive control and post separation abuse for over 10 years.
She contacted Mums In Need in 2017 hoping to receive tailored support for her needs. At the time of contacting MIN, Tilika had already endured years of family courts, fleeing her home and residing in women's refuges.
Mums In Need helped her to navigate various services. They provided a case worker, ongoing unlimited support, a child friendly environment and multiple wellbeing sessions.
Fast forward to 2023, Tilika has grown in confidence and has become strong enough to help other women and their children through their own journey of post separation abuse.
This is the reason why she joined the LELP programme and is now an Ambassador for Mums In Need.